Law on prevention and control of HIV/AIDS nr. 23-XVI of 16.02.2007 Monitorul Oficial nr.54-56/250 of 20.04.2007 Amended by the Law Nr. 76 from 12.04.2012
Regulamentul-cadru privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Serviciului social pentru consumatorii de substanțe psihoactive reglementează modul de organizare, funcţionare, scopul și obiectivele acestuia.
Hotarârea Guvernului pentru aprobarea Regulamentului-cadru privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Centrului social regional pentru asistenţa persoanelor infectate/afectate HIV/SIDA şi a standardelor minime de calitate
Aprobarea Regulamentului-cadru privind organizarea şi funcţionarea Centrului social regional pentru asistenţa persoanelor infectate/afectate HIV/SIDA şi a standardelor minime de calitate.
Standardul este destinat optimizării funcţionării sistemului de evidentaţă şi control, circulaţiei informaţiei şi are scopul final reţinerea extinderii epidemiei, crearea condiţiilor de tratament şi susţinere a persoanelor infectate şi bolnave, destinderea consecinţelor medicale, sociale, demografice a epidemiei.
Regulamentul de transmitere a informaţiei medicale cu caracter personal despre pacienţii infectaţi cu HIV.
Se aprobă descentralizarea supravegherii medicale şi tratamentuui antiretroviral, prin crearea cabinetelor teritoriale pentru supravegherea medicală şi tratamentul antiretroviral în condiţii de ambulatoriu, a persoanelor infectate cu HIV şi bolnavilor cu SIDA, în baza cabinetelor medicilor infecţionişti existente din instituţiile medico-sanitare.
The Regulation establish basic principles and concepts of treatment and palliative care services for people with HIV / AIDS, the organization of these services, the criteria for selecting beneficiaries, functional duties and rights of concerned service providers.
The current section comprises core documents that have been submitted as Annexes for the National Strategy Application. The documents are intended for use by all Consultants.
The strategy is supported by a plan for monitoring and evaluation that includes clearly described output and outcome/impact indicators, with related multi-year targets that can be used to measure progress and make performance based decision.
National strategy is consistent with epidemiologic trends, relevant higher and/or lower-level strategies, financing frameworks and underlying operational plans are in place.
Current logistics, information and management system constraints are described, and credible actions are put in place to resolve constraints.
Procurement policy complies with international guidelines and evidence of adequate, accountable, and transparent procurement and supply management systems with capacity to reach target populations.
The strategy has been developed based on multi-stakeholder involvement in development of national strategy and operational plans (led by government, with a transparent participative process.
HIV Disease Specialist will look into the situation analysis which should be based on a comprehensive and participatory analysis of health determinants and health outcome trends based on the epidemiological, political, socio-economic and organizational context prevailing in the country. The analysis of past and current health sector responses identifies priority problem areas and programmatic gaps.
The strategy is accompanied by a sound expenditure framework with a costed plan. It should ensure pertinent recurrent and investment financing of e.g. human resources, access to medicines, decentralized management, infrastructures and logistics. The strategy is accompanied by a description of financial management system (including financial reporting against budgeted costs, and accounting policies and processes) and evidence that it is adequate, accountable, and transparent.
Ministry of Health initiated on April 1st, 2011 public consultations on the draft of amending and supplementing Law no. 23 from February 16, 2007 on HIV / AIDS. For more information, please, visit the homepage of the Ministry www.ms.gov.md, transparency of decision-making compartment / draft decisions / Decisions of government projects / Draft Law, amendments of 23rd Law from February 16, 2007 on HIV/AIDS.
The Republic of Moldova is applying for funding under the grant programmes of the Global Fund to Fight TB, AIDS and Malaria (GFATM) under the National Strategy Application based on the decision of the National Coordination Council for HIV/AIDS/STI Prophylaxis and Control and TB Control Programmes. All documents developed for the National Strategy Application to be presented to the Global Fund can be found here.
National Program for HIV/AIDS and STIs Prevention and Control (PROGRAM) 2011-2015has been designed as a complex framework to guide the national response activities and stakeholders across all sectors and it has been designed to steer and enforce compliance among Government’s institutions, civil and private sector stakeholders, and development partners.
For the first time the present strategy initiates a set of long-term measures, aimed to improve considerably the reproduction health in the country. Once with the strategy elaboration and approval, the Republic of Moldova lines up to the World Health Organization recommendations in the sphere of reproduction health.
Law number 23-XVI "On HIV/AIDS Infection Prevention" adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova on February 16, 2007 was published in the official law register Monitorul Oficial on April 20, 2007.
September 05, 2007, the Minister of Health – Mr. Ion Ababii – issued order 344 "On the Establishment of the Voluntary Counselling and Testing Service"
September 26, 2007, the Minister of Health – Mr. Ion Ababii – issued order 364 "On the Establishment of the Voluntary Counselling and Testing Centres throughout the Country", in order to enforce the successful implementation of Order 344 "On the Establishment of the Voluntary Counselling and Testing Service".
The purpose of this guide is to provide the UN with a systematic approach as advocacy, which is deemed necessary to support the implementation of the National AIDS Programme ...
This document reflects the commitment and the priorities of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Moldova according to the National Health Policy, National Reproductive ...
At the national level, the state policy in the area of HIV/AIDS is implemented through the National Program on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STI for 2006–2010, which determines...
National Coordination Council members represent both the organization and a constituency. Due to diverse interests and perspectives represented by these members, this document was developed to ensure the operation of the NCC in a balanced, collaborative, transparent and open manner.
The document includes the list of indicators for M&E of the National AIDS Program, as well as detailed guidelines on the construction of each indicator. The purpose of the indicator, the frequency with which relevant data should be gathered, who is responsible for the collection of data and a summary interpretation of the indicator are presented.
The document serves as an instrument of the systemically approach of the problems of health and of the integration of theintersectorial efforts for the improvement of the living quality and the population’s health during the whole life.
Communication for HIV/AIDS (SFC HIV/AIDS AND STI) represents an important strategy of the National Programme on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STIs. It consists of developing specific messages and conveying them using a variety of communication channels in order to develop safe and inoffensive behaviours; promote and sustain individual, community and societal behaviour change. The focus, especially with regards to prevention, is placed on the youth.
The Law established the state policy in regards to control and prevention of alcohol abuse, illicit drug use and other psychotropic substances, reduction and eradication of the consumption of the latter, education of population based on abstinence and healthy life style, as well as overcoming physical and/or psychical dependency consequences.
Description of the national health system as it relates to HIV/AIDS. Content: Testing procedures; Surveillance concept and objectives at the present; Geographic...
This document is a brief proposal to the European Commission, Programme of Aid for Policies and Actions on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights in Developing Countries on behalf of UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNICEF, WHO, and IOM.
The document sets guidelines for UN as how to encourage the Moldovan Government to take increasing ownership of the effort to combat HIV/AIDS including wherever possible budgetary and financial commitment; to promote greater multi-sectoral coordination and cooperation; and to engage government and business leaders to understand that HIV/AIDS will reduce productivity, increase absenteeism, result in loss of valuable skills with dire consequences for the economy, society and the security of the nation.
This paper represents the first product in support of the GFTAM-WB TB and HIV/AIDS projects to design a Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system and to carry out the collection of baseline data for monitoring and evaluation of the HIV/AIDS and TB program in Moldova.
Law nr. 1460, adopted on May 25, 1993 by the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova on AIDS prevention and control.
This document provides operational guidance to country-level partners and UN staff to facilitate the next phase of the country-level consultative process on scaling up towards universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support services.
National NGO Forum took place on November 2–3, 2006 and aimed at facilitating the exchange of information and best practices between the NGOs working in the field of TB and HIV/AIDS, as well as
This order entitles the National Dermato-Venerological Dispensary to issue antiretroviral drugs on mandate to medical institutions from the Republic of Moldova upon official request.